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    • Scaling laws in cognitive science 

      Kello, Christopher T.; Brown, Gordon D.A.; Ferrer Cancho, Ramon; Holden, John G.; Linkenkaer-Hansen, Klaus; Rhodes, Theo; Orden, Guy C. Van (Elsevier, 2010-05-01)
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      Scaling laws are ubiquitous in nature, and they pervade neural, behavioral and linguistic activities. A scaling law suggests the existence of processes or patterns that are repeated across scales of analysis. Although the ...
    • Self-Assembly of a Designed Amyloid Peptide Containing the Functional Thienylalanine Unit 

      Zanuy Gomara, David; Revilla López, Guillermo; Hamley, I. W.; Brown, Gordon D.A.; Castelletto, V.; Cheng, G.; Venanzi, M.; Caruso, M.; Placidi, E.; Alemán Llansó, Carlos (2010-08-19)
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      The self-assembly of a peptide based on a sequence from the amyloid peptide but incorporating the nonnatural amino acid -2-thienylalanine (2-Thi) has been investigated in aqueous and methanol solutions. The peptide ...